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Table 5 Pathophysiological criteria of the pseudoaneurysms treated with Amplatzer vascular plugs or mixed NBCA & coils and their management techniques and outcomes

From: Analysis of outcomes of endovascular embolisation: A cross-sectional two-center study on 46 visceral artery pseudoaneurysms

N Anatomy Morphology Co-Morbidities & risk factors/ Presentation Urgent or elective management Embolisation technique Embolic material Technical success Complications Clinical success Effectiveness of the procedure Target lesion Re-intervention
1 CHA (Fig. 5) 30 mm saccular aneurysm Infection post whipple/ Abdominal pain Urgent Sac packing 4 pushable coils and NBCA glue Yes No Yes Yes No
2 GDA 13 mm saccular aneurysm Pancreatitis/ Intrabdominal hemorrhage Urgent Trapping 6.5 mm and 5 mm diameter microvascular plugs & 7 mm diameter Amplatzer IV plug Yes No Yes Yes No
  1. CHA common hepatic artery, GDA gastroduodenal artery, NBCA N-butylcyanoacrylate